6 responses

  1. Steve
    May 16, 2018

    Good article Paul. How about some info on clearing out the “play next”list

  2. Ito
    May 16, 2018

    I use sleep timers for Podcasts and Music when I need to do something for a set amount of time. For example, need to do 30 minutes on the exercise bike, setting the limit is perfect with sleep timer, because you set it, forget it, and suddenly the time is up. Boom, done. Easy. Works great on iPhone!

  3. John B
    May 16, 2018

    It appears that this function is also available in OverDrive for audio books.

  4. Felicity O’Brien
    May 16, 2018

    Thanks for your great articles
    I already knew about this facility but I would like to be able to lock it in. Everytime I start a new podcast I have to swipe up to change it as the default is off.
    Any thoughts?

  5. lame
    May 19, 2018

    WTF ? iOS has a generic option for ALL apps for this, just set a countdown for how long you want in the timer app, and tell it to play “stop music” this way you can stop youtube, twitch, anything….

    • Derpus Maximus
      May 19, 2018

      Where is this magical universal iOS option to sleep all apps after usage? Your imagination does not count.

      Oh, it does not exist, that’s right. There is no “Timer” app.

      This is how you sleep a podcast. You can sleep music in the Clock app.

      That’s it. WTF indeed, lame!

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